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***Texas vs Incarnate Word Tuesday Baseball Thread; 6:30 PM LHN***

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Yo #Seamheads

Last game of the regular season for me.  Y'all are on your own this weekend.  Should there be any post-season play, I'll be there for that. 



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Cobb gets into a bit of trouble here; leadoff walk, HBP put runners on 1&2

He loads the bases with 1 out

Reynolds gets a 5-3 DP to end the frame

Scoreless headed B2

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Shaw gets a 1-out single, is caught stealing and that was it for the inning


UIW gets a 2-out baserunner, but can't move him around


Scoreless headed B3

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Texas gets a 1-out walk from Hibbeler

UIW goes to the pen for a lefty

Kennedy swings at the first pitch he sees and gets a single to RF

Ellis KL; 2 outs

Todd 6-3 ends it

Scoreless thru 3

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2 quick outs

Shaw walks

Peter (in the game defensively in T4,) lines the first pitch he sees into LF for a single

Ford RBI Single thru the left side gives the Horns a 1-0 lead

New P for UIW

Hibbeler walks, bases loaded

Kennedy 2 RBI single into the LCF alley; Horns up 3-0

Runners on the corners

Ellis KL ends it

Horns take a 3-0 lead into the 5th

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Horns go 1-2-3 in the fifth


Cobb back out

Gives up a 1-out single, then an E5 (should've been scored a single) but that's it.  Works out of it

Headed B6, Horns up 3-0

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Kennedy leadoff double into RF, he's 3/4 tonight;

New P for UIW

Ellis SAC Bunt; Kennedy to 3B; 1 out

Todd RBI single; Horns up 4-0

Zubia 5-3; Todd never stopped running and is now on 3B w/2 outs

Reynolds Walk

Runners on the corners; UIW back to the pen for a lefty

Shaw RBI single up the middle; Horns up 5-0

Shaw advanced to 2B on the throw to 3B; 2 RISP

Peter KL ends it


Horns up 5-0 thru 7

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Fields on for Texas

Gives up a single then two 2-out walks to load the bases

Gets a KS to end it, his 2nd of the frame


Horns up 5-0 headed B8

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2 quick F9s to get 2 outs

Kennedy walks

Ellis RBI single into left field; Horns up 6-0

New P for UIW again

Todd up; Ellis steals 2b, called out, reviewed, overturned-he's safe

Todd walks; runners on 1&2

Zubia RBI double into CF; CF dove but couldn't make the play, Horns up 7-0

Reynolds 2 RBI double into RCF gap; Horns up 9-0

Shaw F8 ends it

Headed to the 9th, Horns up 9-0

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Of course. Always enjoy it. Would like to see more banter during games but the way the season unfolded, it’s not really shocking things tapered off. 

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